Visit : Theatre/Opera, Architectural Heritage
Palace for Fine Arts of Charleroi
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Place du Manège 1
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The Palace for Fine Arts of Charleroi (PBA) is situated in the middle of the city centre. Home to concerts, theatre and dance, it is a diversified stage, meaning that there is something for everyone at the Palace.
Experience the best shows in Charleroi
The Palace for Fine Arts of Charleroi is a theatre that welcomes the biggest international artists. Theatre, classical or variety music, modern or classic dance, comedy...with all types of genres, the young and the old will find something they enjoy on the programme.
Refer to the programme on the website (link in French only).
Why not take a break at midday and come and see a concert!
Every other Tuesday, from 12.30 to 1.10pm, take advantage of a lunch break a little different from usual at the Palace for Fine Arts, and enjoy the chamber music elite from our country...
Where can you purchase tickets?
The ticket office at the PBA is open from Monday to Friday between 9.30am and 6pm, in addition to Saturday between 10.30am and 2pm.
You can also purchase tickets by calling +32 71/31 12 12 or via the internet (link in French only).
There is also subscription system for cultural activities in Charleroi. Cut the cost of your admissions thanks to this little trick. More information can be found here (link in French only).
The Palace for Fine Arts is easily accessible and a large car park is situated close by.
The Palace for Fine Arts of Charleroi, after seeing what the programme has to offer, you'll certainly be purchasing a ticket!
- tel. : +32 (0) 71 31 12 12
- fax : +32 (0) 71 33 42 97
- website : http://www.pba.be
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